Parent Newsletter January 2014 Dear Wesley Hall Families, HAPPY NEW YEAR! LATE CHARGE: FYI -Wesley Hall Parents and/or Guardians who are late in picking up their child/children are subject to a "Late Pick-up" fee. A $25.00 fee per 15 minutes will be charged. There will be a 10 minute grace period past dismissal time. The following dismissal time chart will show when the "Late Pick-up" fee will go into effect:

11:20 am Dismissal Time: 11:30 am Dismissal Time: 2:45 pm Dismissal Time:

Late charge begins at 11:30 am Late charge begins at 11:40 am Late charge begins at 2:55 pm

The "Late Pick-up" fee must be paid immediately upon arrival. DATES TOREMEMBER IN JANUARY January 2 School Reopens January 14-15 School Spirit Days and Treat Day January 20 School Closed-Martin Luther King Day January 23-24 Parent Visitation Week January 24 2014 Wesley Hall Winter Olympics Family Fun Night snow date Jan. 31 PARENT VISITATION MONTH: Parents are invited to come to their child's classroom this January to find out what happens after you drop your child off! Please make arrangements for siblings. This is a special time for you and your child. Visitation for 4 and 4+ will be scheduled in March. Here is the visitation schedule:

PARENTVISITATION Teddy Bears Thursday , January 16 - 9-9:45 3 Day Puppies Wednesday, January 22 -10:45-11:30 Kittens Wednesday, January 22 -9-9:45 Ducks Thursday, January 23 -9-9:45 2 day Puppies Thursday, January 23- 9-9:45 Kindergarten Kangaroos Monday, February 21 9:00-10:00--100th day celebration PARENT CONFERENCES: This month we will also have parent conferences for 4s and Kindergarten. Please use the signup sheets posted on the classroom doors. Here is the conference schedule:

PARENT CONFERENCE Elephants Wednesday, January 29 snow date Jan. 30 Bunnies Wednesday, January 29 snow date Jan. 30 Kindergarten Kangaroos Friday, February 7 snow date Feb. 28

2014 Wesley Hall Winter Olympics Family Fun Night!!!!! Friday, January 24th! The entertainment will be “Presley and Melody.” You have already received a flyer! More info to follow! Bake Sale and Spirit Day! Tuesday and Wednesday, January 14 and 15! Thank you to the Kangaroos for baking! BIRTHDAY GREETINGS TO THE FOLLOWING WESLEY HALL CHILDREN AND STAFF: Riya Satwalekar, Julia Thorburn, Michael Carew, Harry O’ Connor, Chase Madden, Luke Madden, Elena Corso, Vincent Corso, Brent Kengeri, Alexander Davlouros, Nikos Davlouros, Sophie De Laurentis, Courtney Carew, Charlotte Thorburn, Tiago Enright, Trevor Bridge, and last but not least, Barbara Ellsworth and Dana Amman! CLASSROOM NEWS The Puppy Classes: The color of the month is white. Snowmen, snowflakes and matching snow boots will appear. The 3 yr. old classes: The month of January brings the three year olds into the new year talking about snow, igloos, winter weather, hats and mittens. We continue to work on our cutting skills. The Fridays Friends Drama Class: January’s Story for Friday Friends will be The Little Red Hen. The children will make their own Little Red Hen. With stick puppets to go with our story, we will act out the story. They will end the month by baking some delicious treats. The 4 yr old classes: The four year old classes will welcome the New Year by decorating party hats. They will cut skis and add their initials, as well as, make bird feeders for the birds in winter.

The teachers will spend time evaluating the children’s progress in preparation for parent conferences at the end of the month. The Passport Program for Fours: The Passport Class will travel to Antarctica, the home of the Penguins this month. Then they are headed north to Iceland to see the Northern Lights. Finally the class will arrive for summer in Australia where they will visit the Great Barrier Reef and learn about the Aboriginal people. The Kindergarten Class: Happy New Year! The Kangaroos will journal their wishes for 2014 as we celebrate a new year. We’ll make hot chocolate mugs and write a “cozy” word on them. In math we’ll experiment with calculators and learn about three-dimensional shapes. Inspiring Minds Music and Math with a Twist---Winter brings the magical story of The Snowman by Raymond Briggs to the music and math class. The children will make their own snowmen after watching the movie, assemble a special ruler to measure snow, and graph the number of letters in their name using snowballs. They will explore high and low sounds in conjunction with measurements and continue to develop their keyboard skills. World of Science---January will be an exciting month for our scientists. We will learn about rocks and how they are formed. This will lead us into the explosive world of volcanoes! Reading Railroad---The season of winter will give the reading class the opportunity to design and describe a simple snowman story. They will use the names of winter clothing to make and read short sentences. Computers---We continue our focus on animals with a computer activity where the children learn how animals adapt during different seasons of the year. For the next two months we will be working on a book of the animals we have studied. The children will color pictures of the animals and then use the computer to find a fact about each animal that will be added to the picture. Parents, you and your children are our best advertisement. Please recommend us! I can't thank you enough for all your support. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance to you! Happy New Year! Patty Fowler Director

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